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Shipping Intelligence.

P-OJIT OF A UCKI.AKD. ARRIVALS^ ■Scotia, brigantiiu;, from Warrnombool. (Coral Queen, schooner, from the South "Si& Islauds. DEPARTURES. BTcro, 8.9., for'Melbourno. •Susannah Cuthbert, a.8., for ??ort Waikato. ■Sea Breeze, schoor.er, for Russell. YESSiJLS iN HARBOUR. -Alice Camexon, \inrquc, from Sydney. ■at&Mrier, from Dunedin. Aleetii, In/tfque, from Newcastle. Bessifi, tfciirque, from the Sandwich Islands. ■Bolla STariiia, Bhip, from Sydney. ColuKibua/'ship, from London. Quetn, schooner, from llio South Sea islands: ' Ceres, schooner, from Port Fairy. Chance, barque, from Melbourno. Eagle Speed,' ship, from Londoiiv Glendevou, sliip, from London. H.M.S.S. Miranda, from the Thames. H.M.S.S. Falcon, from tlio Thames. U.K.S.S. Eclipse, from ti cruiso. H.M.S.S. Curagoa, from Sydnoy. Iserbrook, brig, from Adelaide* «Tumi\a, ship, from London. .Kauri, schooner, from the East Coast. Meteor, barque, from Newcastle, N.S.W. -Mary Warren, ship, fiom London. Martha, schooner, from the South Sea Islands. jNlarv Thompson, schooner, from Napier. .Novelty, p.s., from Slamikau. Papeete, brig, from Tahiti. Yukftha, brig, from Tauranga. IPriace Alfred, s.s., from Sydney. Randolph, barque, from Leith. Jieliance, brig, from Hobarl Town. Rlioderick Dhu, barque, from Newcastle, N.S.W. Scotia, schooner, from Warrnambool. Southern Cross, schooner, from a Missionary cruise. Surat, ship, from London. EXPECTED ARRIVALS. Alfred, barque, from Cape luwn, Ist d.p., 243. AlbM-t William, barque, from London, 3rd d.p., 9317•sailed August S. Ardheg, ship, from London, 3rd d.p., 1023 : sailed August 17. -Adclhoid, barque, fi-om Leith, sailed August 15. -Annie Wood, ship, from London. 3eUa Mary, from Hobart Town, 3rd d.p., 8320. British Trident, ship, from London, 3ik d.p., 3UI, sailed August S.

Cces "!! Godoffroy, ship, from Gape Town, 2nd d.p., •/36D. barque, from Melbourne, 2nd d.p., Empress, ship, from London, Ist d.p., 3524. brig, from Newcastle, N.S.W., Ist d.p. Treat, brig, from Newcastle, N.S.W., Ist d.p., 4069. Foam of the Sea, ship, from Ijondon. •Golden City, ship, from London, Ist d p., 8247. •Ganges, ship, from London, Ist d.p., 4152. "Glendower, ship, from London, 2nd d.p., 8156. if-JLS.S. Harrier, from Sydney. No.. 305. Jf.il.S.S. Esk, from Sydney, No. 245, sailed Sept. 27 I Ida Zeigler, ship, from London, 3rd d.p., 7G sailed July '2G. Lord Ashley, s.s., from the South, due 291h instant Lueibelle, ship, from London, .0.G.N.D., new code. Mystery, barque, from Liverpool, Ist d. p., 4052. ilatoaka,'ship, from London, 2nd d.p., 9486. Nimroud, ship, from L<ndon, 2nd d.p., 6504 : sailed August 12.J Novelty, barque, from Sydney 2nd d.p., 6421. Nelson, ship, from London, Ist d. p., 8702. Oregon, barque, from Newcastle, 2nd d. p., 2821. Eeihersteig, barque, irom Cape Town, 3rd d.d. 5749 beat on, barque, from Eoo Choo, 2nd d. p., 745. Talbot, ship, from London, 2nd d. p., 1470: sailed August 2. Victor}-, sliip, from London, 2nd d.p., 2305. viscount Canning, ship, from London, 3 d.p., 1275. PROJECTED DEPARTURES. Tr° r ~* uain: —Warren, ship, early. ±. or Melbourne :—Ceres, schooner, early. £ or Newcastle:—Aleeta, barque, this day. °r Sydney:—Alice Cameron, barque, early : Princc Alfred, s.s., Ist proximo. E or Hobart Town :—Reliance, brig, this day. JTor Kaipara :—Pakeha, brig, this day. ENTERED—INWARDS. OCTOBER 25—Elizabeth Ann, 18 tons, Hughes, from Pokorokoro, in ballast. 25—Emma Eliza, 22 tons, Coleman, from V/aiheki, with 31 tons firewood. Venture, 15 tons, A\ r imlovi;r ; from Waiheki, with 9,000 feet junk timber, 8 kauri spars—lo passengers. . 25—Ariel, IS tons, Sparrow, from Maraiti, with 33 tons iirewood—2 passengers. 25—Frances, 20 tons, Dam, from Mahurangi, with 450 bushels lime, 38,000 shingles, 4 totara piles—3

passengers.—Combes and Daldy, agents. 25—Glance, 18 tons, Boatwright, from Matakana, with 22 head cattle. 25 —Orpheus, 21 tons. Inness, from Matakana, with 40 tons firewood—2 passengers. 25 Onward, 12 tone, Barbor, from OnehuDtra, in ballast. fa 25 Scotia, brigantine, 104 tons, Bartlett, from Warrnambool. Passengers—Mrs. Bartlett and 2 children,—Combes and Daldy, agents. CLEANED OUTWARDS. OCTOBER 25 —Aleeta, barque, 627 tons, Gallison, for Newcastle, N.S.W., in ballast.—A. L. Thompson and Co., agents. 25—Hero, 5.8., 764 tons, Logan, for Melbourne. Passengers— Dr. G. Y. Davis, Mrs. Richardson, Acting Commissariat-General Rolleston, Dr. Good] Lieutenant Goldsmith, Lieutenant Butler, Colonel and Mrs. Murray, Mrs. Kemp, Miss Murray, Mrs. Lloyd and 2 children, Mrs. and Misses Drake and Mrs. Alexander, Captain Sargent' Capfc. Kemp, Commissary-General Drake, J. McKechney, E. and Sarah Gledhill, J. Hard}-, James Hull, J. Black, James Morgan, D. R. Morris Mrs. Morris and 2 children, G. Tabbs, J. Remfry' James Armstrong, .Joseph Stanard, M. Lees' Private Storey, 40th Regt. ; William Cairo, John Moore, George Gogoll, 117 men, 12 women,and 25 children, Government invalids.—Cruickshank. Smart and Co., agents. 25 —Kauri, 37 tons, Shearer, for the East Coast, with —J. Salmon and Co., agents. 25—Venture, 15 tons, Windhover, forWaihoki, with sundries—s passengers. 25—Emma Eliza, 22 tons, Coleman, for Waiheki, sundries—4 passengers. 2a—Julia, 16 tons, Spencer,-for Maraiti, with sundries— 1 passenger. 2o—Ariel, la ton*, Sparrow, for Waiheki, in ballast, ranees, 20 tons, Dam, for Mahuranuri, with sundries—Combes and Daldy, agents. -o—Orpheus, 21 tons, Inness, for Matakana, with sundries. 2o—Glance, 18 tons, Boatwright, for Matakana, with Agents' 25 Passengors.—Lilewall and Rattray, 25-Shamrock, 30 tons,' Morgan, for Cbromandel, ■with. sundries—3 passengers 25-Elizabeth Ann, 18 tons, ilughes, for Pokorokoro, mth 20 tons Commws ariatstores.—1 nassonger. IMPORTS FOREIGN. Per Scotia, from Warrnambool:_l2Stoiisi.otatoe^ order. . EXPORTS FOREIGN. Per Hero, for Melbourne 4 cases tobacco S W Hill; 2 boxes jewellery, F. 11. I,ewisson ; 5 box,.* (£20,000), Union Bank of Australia. CARGOES EXPECTED. Per Talbot, irom London 6 tons coals, 2 5 pk«s 4 qr.-casks, 10. bales, 450 barrels, 85 packages °20 cases, 2 casks, 17 . cases, 21 packages, 20 hhds. 314 pkgs., 20 eases, order; 5 cases, A. Clark and SenS9 packages, 2 hales, 658 packages, 40 tanks, 1 hearth, Cruickshank, Smart and Co.; 9 cases, E. Wavte • 1 case, Bank of New South Wales ; 1 case, W. H. Skinner.; 138 cases, Bucholz and Co.; 542 packages," Brown, Campbell and Co.; 2 eases, \V. Buchanan • 4 casks, 0.. J. Stoiie arid Son ; 126 packages, w! Hobson; 5 qr.'-casks, J."W. Marshall; 15 trunks] Lewis Brothers • 128 packages, 67 bundles, • Deputy I Superintendent of .Stores; 10 pkgs., Thomas unci | Henry Cooke,-"57 packages, C. Stitclibury and Son ; 54 packages, D. Nathan and C'o. ; 67 packages, E.

H- Isaacs; 43 packages, S. terown ; 1 case, A\ T . E. Sadler; (55 packages, H. and A. Slierrard; 415-1 packaged, Mark Som'crvTo; 1 case, Mrs. Johnstone; 8 packages, E. Porter ; 2 packages, Joseph Osborne ; 3 eases, ; 1 cast, l'\ H. Hill; 1 case, Messrs. Holmes; 1 case, Abnin Martin; 1 case, J. W. Tea' roe; 1 ease, Charles HhzoMcii ; .'1 cases, Gil/illan '••"id Co.; 2 t:mks, W. C. Wilban; 1 case, T. F. S. Tunce ; 6 cases, E. and 11. Isaacs; 1 case, M\ O. Sponsor; 44 packages, Thomas Short, 6 packages, Tjevy Goldwater; » packages, J\, GilirrOnr; 23pkgs., Bucholz & Co.; oO pkgs., .T. 11. Burnsidu and Co,— Cruiekshank, Smart and Co., agents,

Per Aelheid, from Lcith.—l r.ox. w.cinnery, -l pieces, 2 bundles, 1 bundle. I e'storii, 30 tons smithy coal; 1000 countess slates, 12 qr.-casks whiskey, Bucholz rind Co. ; 26 barrels, Arciwngel tar, order; 20rnalk>aole iron tanks malt; 10. bales! paper and paper bags, Bucholz ami Co. ; $o'''-risks bottled ale, boxes, order; a 9 .boxes bottled ale, order; S5 boxes bacon, 5 eases Cumberland baron, 5 boxes bacon, 20 cases liijg fis'i, iiueholy. and Co. ; 2 cases Scotch tweeds, 20 qr.-casks whiskey, 200 eases whiskey, Older; 30 cases chicory, 20 chests tea. Bucholz and Co. : 250 eases bottled mult liquor, CruickKhtfr-Jc, .Smart a?id Co. ; :;oo eases spirits, order -; 60 boxes cheese, older ; ,"1 barrels currants, '1 case merchandise, Bucholz and Co.; -iO eases "alVanised and corrugated iron, HO eases galvanised and corrugated sheet iron, order; 13 barrels oatmeal, Bucholz and Co.; 15 easts glassware, GiUUlun ami Co.; 10 qr.-casks vinegar, 300 boxen tobacco pipes, 65 casks smithy coal, Buekolz and Co.; 41 furnace doois, 9 ventilators, 81 pic-ees plough metal, 1 pieces plough metal (broken), 20 furnace bottoms, 14!) frying-pans, 14 Irving-pans (broken), Sill pot, lids, SS pol-lids (broken), 7 bundles steel, 1 small bundle rod-iron, 1 bundle fencing Wire, !) bags chains and ■nails, to gh-dles, .'lO7 pots, It) pots (broken), boxes files and ironmongery, o pair cart wheels, 1 package cart frames, 1 cart body containing ironmongery," 1 tin JKlihf, 2 tin boxes, 1 parcel broken ironmongery, 2 packages axles and sj rings and ironmongery, barrels ironmongery, I square boiler, ,'i barrels spades and shovels, 1 kettle, . 2 eritlets, Peter Molnnes ; 3 casks malt, Buchols it Co.—Bucholz and Co., agents.

Per Tda&eiglor, from London :—7 cases, S. Browning'; 22 do., Hue-holy, and Co. ; 1 case, William Svkes: to cases, S. Browning; 22 cases, S. 11. Smith: 50 casks, S. Browning; 80 barrels, Brown and Co. ; 45 cases, order; I parcel, Dcrrom ; 10 packages, S. and J. K. Vailc; 23 qr.-easks, T. ]!. Halt ; riO packages. Superintendent ot Stoies ; 1 case, Rev. R. Ilurrows ; 10 cases, 315 package, *owler ; 12 cases, Cruickshank, Smart and Co. ■: 1 case, K. llesketh; 2 cases, Bucholz and Co.: 147 packages, Deputy Superintend! ut <>i Stores ; 0 packages,. A. Clark ami .Von ; 1 case, .lames K-.e'lardson; 5 cases, G. S. Jakins; 3 cases, .John lioberton; JSO cases, Brown and Co. ; 7 eases, ! M-\vi> Brothers ; 1 cases, eider ; I ease, Lewis Brothers : 2 boxes, Cruickshank, >]n-.rt and Co.; 1 case llenrv Potter; 10 packages, IS. 11. Smith ; 1 case, Kev. T. 33uddle ; 279 packages, 2 casks order ; 100 packages, Assistant Superintendent, of Stoics ; 30 boxes, 1 )cputy Superintendent ; 2 pkgs., 2 eases, order; 54 packages, ,T. Kobei ton and Co. ; 214 do.. 1). Graham and Co. ; 304 do., W. Hobson ; lease, J. C. D. Bowden ; I bale, Ihos. Macky and Co.; 10!) packages, order; 100 cases, Cruicksliunk, Smart ami Co. 1 case, ,T. W. Pearso ; 3 bales, A. Clark and Son ; 7 cases. Lewis Brothers; 14 packages, S. and .I. R. Vaile; 2 cases. 114 packages, order ; 0 packages, 11. and A. Shenard and Co. ; 13 cases, Lewis Brothers ; 10 packages, C. Petschhi-; I case, J\Vv. E. 31. IJeywcod ; 1 case, W. Sydney Smith ; 10 hhds., R. IMcore ; ■! chests, James Osboni ; 7S jiackages, K Porter; 1 case, T. !■'. S. lnnie; 4 crates, John AVriglev ; 1 case, E. and 11. Isaacs; 3 packages, W. < l'lill : 107 do., David I r>athaii; 132 do., C. Stiehlmry and Son ; 10 packages, I'rincipal Medical Ollicer ; is do., Olileer Commanding Royal Artillery ; 100hhds., lirown and Co.: lo barrels, liucholz and Co.; 1 (ask, older ; 5 cases, Jew Zealand Insuiance Company; <j(i packages, Lewis Brothers, 149 packages, Tease, K. and 11. Isaacs; 2 packages, .1. Doit sell ; 7 do.. S. Brown ; 10 hhds.. Older; 9 cases, Lewis Brothers; 2 cases, ,E. and Hi Isaacs ; 282 packages, 11. and A. Sherraul : -i 0 do., J. U. Burnsule and Co. ; 31 do., 11. and A. Sherraid and Co. ; 4 2*3 do., 31. Somerville : 1 case, D. Bum ; S packages, Dr. Lee ; 20 qr.-casks, order : L>o biigs, XI. Uilmoui'.-—JX ' Per Nimioodj irom London 1050 ba'rels, order; 4 cases, Cruickshank, Smait and Co.; 220 barrels' Liown, Campbell and Co.; (i!) packages, order; 2 casks!, Ldewall and Rattiav ; 9S Gilfillanand Co. ; 00 packages, D. Graham and Co.; 0 do., order ; lease,!'. J.L'tting; 13 cases, .1. IlaUvdav ; 1 case. , Jansl< •' 20 -° ««*», 1083 jmeka'gosj 2 eases' order; 41 pkgs., _S. Fleming: 10 packages, David Nathan ; 9 do., C. Sliehlairy and Son ; 1 ease, S. White; lease, A. Browning ; 3 cases, W. Williams • 0 packages, T. and 11. Coek-e; 2 bales, W. C. Jiill ; 020 pkgs,, older; 1 case, .1. RnbevUm and Co. ; 1; cases, R. Gilmour: 3 packages, ICniamiel Urotlieis ■ lease, C. Artl.ur; 20U tons (lints, order ; 12S pkgs, Oimckshank, Smart, and Co.; -2 cases - , order ; 1 case, J hos. Short-; 115 packages, Brown and Co. ; 5(1 do. order; -193 do., K. and 11. Isaacs ; 3(500 bags. Mark Somervjlle; 34 2 packages, 11. ml A. Sherraid and Co.; -ado., J. 11. Burns'.de and Co. —I>. Nathan agent. '

Ihe brigantine Scotia, Copt. Bartlett, from War nambool, tlie 10th instant, arrived in harbour vcs terday morning, bringing u f u n eai . go of 1)oUlt - oes She experienced heavy weather throughout. The schooner Coral Queen, Capt.°T'ravte, sailci for the South Sea Islands on the 10th September una had a very tempestuous passage of seventeei days down to Aitutake, experiencing strong heat winds a»l the way. Kemained there taking in can« ior six days,, when she left again ibr this perl, touch mg at Korotonga oil her way. Jlad very indHleicn winds uuring the passage, ami arrived in harbou yesterday allernoon, fourteen da-\s out from iCoro tonga. .She brings fcO.OUU oranges, J ,1)00 pin. apples, 10 bunches green bananas, Is hhds. cocoa nu oil, and 3 hhds. lime juice. The s.s. Jiero, Capi. Logan, sailed for Melbourm yesterday afternoon, taking the invalids for trans mission to iMiglaml per clipper ship iiovitl Jfane. Ihe s.s. Susannah Cutlibert, Capt.Vl-il^i, unions iol 1 ort W aikato, and schooner Sea isreeze, for Kus sell, both sailed early yesterday moniiii". The s.s Lord Ashley, Capt. Kandaft, is due fron jNapier and the bouth on Saturday nc\l. The bartj lie Aleeta, Capt. Uailison, cleared yester ?r, ,Vili '' and sails jnonmm. ihe biuque, Adelhcid, C-ajit. Khhni, whose munitest will be lound in aoother place, tailed from Toil! lor tins port, on the loth Au-u-t The S;S dea King, C ',pt. I'inel. sailed from Shanghai ior Loudon on the J<i(h June. ihe trial ol the double screw steam launch, litiid as a :,team tenner for if.M.'s iron screw frigau Achilles, M, lioO-burso power, Ci.j.t Yansittart, tod place at Chatham on the 11th iust. '.Clio screw lauuel is toe second which has been constructed Oil Ll,r twm-screw principle for tl.e Achilles, t | lc . vcs.W ol the kind on i,s Comploiion having been trailsferrcH to the Lornhay, SO, (lag .ship, on the south-oust cast ol America, on that vessel leaving Chatham. Tin extreme length of the little eiafi. is r> fret, ami breadth 11 Sect. The engines, boilers, .See., occupy :i space amidships of about S feet by ■I feet 3 inches llioy were constructed by Muudslav, Hem' and l'wld, uiid are of high pressure. They an nominally ol .j-horse power, but, can be worked ni to at least LO-horse power, should occasion r«,i:irj. J.heir total weight, including '.) ewt. of water in the hoilcrs, is lour tons 7 ewt. There are four evlinders each with a diameter of -1 inches, and a length ol ■stroke of b inches. Tiie length of the screw siiaft, h 16 ioet. Kacli of tlio two screws is four-bladed with a diameter of 2 feet,, and tliey are set at a pitch of 1 loot 4* mclio*. Uoth screws are driven by means ol their own independent shafting, which thus enable, each to be worked in contrary directions. The draught of water during- the trial yesterday was ;; feet (J inches aft, and 2 feet 2 inches' forward The steam launch left the dockyard at. ■> o'clock, and at once steamed out into the harbour, when the advin tages possessed by the double screw were soon appaeut m the remarkable case with which the steam launc.l was steered among the vessels and other i rut of r'ub. .. steam, and the screws making iroin you to ,v\n per minute, :i speed of bel ween six a , I(J distan^own U Giantg]l l !r TlplllH-C • ' ""CIl \.illl' L aO tll'Owere I n i'i 1 c . 011 ,V.' :l P" U.o full circles ere tinjjLd m one-hull the time* occurred in turrrrf \ n o ' e qm£°d

warded to Captain Cowper P. Colas, R.N., thi-oiifrh I Captain His tTereno llie;hn> si tho Prince Ldning'on, P.N.. a beautifully-cxccuti (I s>.'duetto ih tyronze of ' his Into l>op:d nitjlinrpt th>> trinee Consort. Intho'i letter nccoinpanyinff tho stiAneUd, Prince, T'pjnini»eii r '! says the QlteOh uosirc-s 'linn -to'c'.\pr?sß;tp. Cnpfc. Coles the ghvtr pleasure shecxpejiencod on hVi'v visit, to tho ' Poyal Sovereign,' Citpt. Coles' principle, ill which his luto Tioycl Highness tho Princo Consort, felt a deep »hi\}jrf!st. . Tho statuette of the Prince Her JiVAjwty wished Captain Coles to accept 05 asouvenir of hov visit to tho ' Uoj-nl Sovereign. 1 lLiZAl«l>m\s ENTriilMtlSK,—-Sonre aays ago there arrived in ouv ppvt frotn Kn'Hund threo large sailintr htir/rnx and n very V-nrdl steiuntug, intended for the transport of"paviug stones from the ling to Odessa. One is? p' rm*k with amazement at the dimitiutivo size of the tiny steamer, which lias veuturnd on so long a voyage across tho wide ocean. Surely it requiieil a during spirit to stimulate the steamanship and sustain tho com ape fov the accomplishment of such a feat, and Captain Moody, as commander of tho little squadron, justly deserved an ovation fov tho consumability with which lie brought to a succossful termination so hazardous an enterprise. For that purpose. Mr. Charlton, the engineer, who represents Messrs, Furnejts and Co., nt Odessa, first submitted these vessels to the inspection of His Highness, the Mayor, accompanied by his otlicers, and some of tho municipal members, as also to Tils Kxcellency tho Governor of Odessa, the Consul-General of Kngland, the President of lite Chamber of Commerce, the Ohaimia n and Members of the Paving Committee, Willi various oilier persons interested in that enterprise, and afterwards invited these gentlemen to a dinner prepared in honor of Captain Moody. This banquet, replete,with everything that could make it acceptable to an Fuglisnmnj was served in the grand saloon ot the Hotel de Londrcs, and came elf with great. ecHt. r I lie numerous guests present woro all united together in one bond for the welfare and prosperity of our city, and gave expression to their wishes in a rapid succession of tho most glowing and heart-stining.toast.s.—Joiinicf of (Mcxsti, July 8. Tun !Ov.vi!ki>ations or tuk i'i okida.t—Liverpool, Aug. S.—l ho Prospero, which, arrived in the river yesterday morning, fyom > r assau, exchanged signals with a vessel named (lie W\ J I . Clarke, whoso master reported (W signal) that he had on board the crews ot tno American barque Oolconda, of Xew Pa-dTord, and a schooner, the t umber of whose name the cap'ain of the Prospero eotdd no! net Ice out: distinctly— both vessels having been captured and dcst.roved* by the Confederate steamer Florida. The Golconda was a whaling barque, and had been at sea a considerable time so long that, she must have bten almost, if net altogether, " full" of oil. A 330.».t Ckossim; tiii: Atlantic. —It will he remembered that a short time ago we (Lirrvpo / I'ii'irirr) noticed in our columns the sailing from Kcw ork for London oi a boat, of about 1 | tons register, having* as a crew Captain Ponovan, one 'nian, and n dog. On >\ ednesdnv we received information that tho Coronet,, from <}uelu'e to London, spoke her at sea, she being then out twentv-four davs, and having reached lat.. '15.110 N„ and" long. -lA AV., or the vicinity oi Cape liace. "All hands" were well, but short, of provisions and water, which the Coronet supplied. In consequence of small pox having broken'out on hoard the Pneoon, HisPoyil I!illness Prince Alfred has lett the ship and lias joined tlio Aurora. The Aurora will have the honor of retaining the Prince until the Ivaeoeli is pronounced free from all contagious disease. Owen G.'endower, Morris, for Liverpool, put b;ielc to P.cmbay .luly 3, making six inches water per hour. Oi rin:i:s ant> Mkn 3")i:owxTvl> ix thk Ar.Mv.— During live years, from 1.55!) to lfitiU, both years inclusive, there were 15 t non-commissioned oflieers and men of her Majesty's land forces drowned at the various military stations in the CniVd Kingdom. Amongst these were four suicides. The greatest 11 uu.her \\ ere al 1 lymouth. where seventeen men were lost. -\t Aldershot the re was nine; but not. so manv at either of the other stations.

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Shipping Intelligence., New Zealand Herald, Volume I, Issue 298, 26 October 1864

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Shipping Intelligence. New Zealand Herald, Volume I, Issue 298, 26 October 1864

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